14 May 2019 - 03:07
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The Syrian Army expanded its rule to the borders of Idlib province after advancing in Northwestern Hama and regaining control over several towns and villages.

RNA - The Syrian Army troops backed by artillery units and air force engaged in clashes with the terrorists North of Qala al-Maziq in Northwestern Hama, taking control of the towns of Bab al-Taqa, al-Sharia, al-Arimeh and al-Jamazieh.

A military source pointed to deployment of the Syrian Army's units in al-Sharia town, and said that the Syrian Army troops arrived in Southern borders of Idlib province after making recent advances.

Meantime, the Syrian army continued its military advances in other parts of Syria over past 24 hours.

Tens of terrorists were killed and dozens more were injured during the Syrian army's operations in provinces across Syria.

Idlib

The Syrian Army spread to the borders of Idlib province after advancing in Northwestern Hama and regaining control over several towns and villages.

The Syrian Army troops backed by artillery units and air force engaged in clashes with the terrorists North of Qala al-Maziq in Northwestern Hama, taking control of the towns of Bab al-Taqa, al-Sharia, al-Arimeh and al-Jamazieh.

The Syrian Army troops also managed to take control of the towns of Meidan Ghazal and al-Mostariheh in Jabal Shahshabou axis.

A military source pointed to deployment of the Syrian Army's units in al-Sharia town, and said that the Syrian Army troops arrived in Southern borders of Idlib province after making recent advances.

Meantime, the Syrian Army's artillery and missile units also pounded the military positions and movements of Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) in the towns of Heish, Kafar Sajneh and Hass in Northern Hama and Southern Idlib as well as destroying several key centers and military positions of terrorists from where they launched attacks on the safe zone and killed a number of terrorists.

Hama

Turkey has dispatched hundreds of its allied militants and state-of-the-art military equipment to Northwestern Hama from Aleppo's Afrin in a bid to support Tahrir al-Sham al-Hay'at against the Syrian Army's rapid advances in Northern Syria, media sources said.

"Around 1,000 Ankara-backed Ahrar al-Sham terrorists have been sent to Sahl al-Ghab and Jabal Shahshabou in Northwestern Hama from Afrin region in Aleppo to back up Tahrir al-Sham terrorists," the Arabic-language Al-Watan newspaper quoted local sources in Northern Syria as saying on Sunday.

The sources pointed to Ankara's efforts to block Syrian Army's advances in Northwestern Hama, and said that tens of trucks loaded with Ahrar al-Sham militants have arrived in towns and villages of Sahl al-Ghab and Jabal Shahshabou region for battle with the Syrian Army.

Al-Watan also quoted sources close to the National Liberation Front (NFL) militant group as saying that the Turkish Army via Idlib border crossing has equipped Tahrir al-Sham with modern TOW missiles and other military equipment, including state-of-the-art sniper weapons and night-vision cameras with high precision.

Meantime, a Syrian cultural official said that the terrorist groups have plundered the artifacts and historical sites in Northwestern Hama and smuggled them abroad.

Director of Syria's Museum Mahmoud Hamoud said that the terrorists stationed in Northwestern Hama have stolen a large amount of priceless treasures of Apamea Museum belonging to the 16th century AD in the surrounding areas of Qala al-Maziq in Northwestern Hama.

He pointed to the vast excavations and destruction of Syria's archeological works by the terrorist groups stationed in Western Hama, and said the terrorists have smuggled the plundered artifacts to foreign countries.

Eastern Euphrates

A large number of people and tribesmen of the Eastern Euphrates region called for the Syrian Army’s return to the areas held by the US and the Syrian Democratic Forces to drive the occupying troops out of the region as popular protests against SDF have heightened.

Media activists in Eastern Syria reported that the residents of the town of al-Shahil in Southeastern Deir Ezzur in communiqués released on Saturday called for the return of the Damascus Army troops to the region and expulsion of the occupying forces.

According to Fars News Agancy, the civilians blasted the US and SDF occupying forces for plundering the oil revenues of al-Jazireh region, and called for return of governmental schools and institutes to the regions.

Meantime, a large number of residents of the town of al-Tayaneh in Southeastern Deir Ezzur held protest rallies against the SDF's measures and called for exit of the occupying forces and setting the captured civilians free.

Quneitra-Deir Ezzur

The Syrian Army seized a large amount of weapons and ammunition, including Israel-made weapons and military equipment in areas formerly held by the terrorists in Quneitra province in Southern Syria.

The Syrian Army's engineering units found several arms weapons and military equipment, including many weapons and military equipment, in the army's mop-up operation in the towns and villages of Quneitra province.

Meantime, a military source said that the army forces found a large cache of different types of weapons, machineguns, ammunition, RPG, anti-tank missile, communication equipment, night-vision cameras and also Israel-made military equipment and medicine.

The Syrian Army units, during their mop-up operations against the remnants of the ISIL, also discovered an underground depot containing a large amount of weapons, military equipment and ammunition in the surrounding areas of Qala al-Rahbeh West of the city of al-Mayadeen in Eastern Deir Ezzur.

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